On the 25th anniversary of the schools meeting in the inaugural ILCS, Columbia and Yale will meet again in New Haven with a spot in the NCAA Tournament on the line.
Columbia's best of three series at Yale originally scheduled for May 19-20, has been postponed to May 22-23 due to anticipated inclement weather on Saturday and Sunday in New Haven.
Egly becomes the first Lions' pitcher to earn the honor since Josh Simpson did so on April 4, 2017.
The Lions finish the regular season in the win column after a hard-fought battle against the Big Red.
The Lions face a must-win situation in the rubber match to keep their postseason hopes alive.
The Lions sit percentage points behind Dartmouth (due to a tie against Penn) for the second and final ILCS spot with three games to play.
The Lions were held to three hits in their non-conference finale.
The Lions meet up with the Scarlet Knights for a Tuesday matinee in their last scheduled non-conference tilt.
In another close contest with the Quakers, the Lions pulled out a two-run decision Sunday afternoon to claim the series and remain in the second and final ILCS spot.
The Lions scored a season-high in runs in the game two win to salvage a split against the Quakers.
The Lions and Quakers will meet up three times this weekend with a doubleheader Saturday and a single-game Sunday. Senior Day festivities will occur prior to game one of the twinbill.